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Season of Mist Sign BLACK SHEEP WALL

Season of Mist is happy to welcome American sludge metallers BLACK SHEEP WALL to the roster! The band from California is currently working on their sophomore album. Expect some crazy, nihilistic, down-tempo music!

The band issued the following statement: "If you were to tell us seven years ago when we started playing heavy music in our parent's garages that we would one day be sharing a label with bands we listened to and idolized, such as Mayhem, Morbid Angel, Kylesa, and Dillinger Escape Plan, we probably would not have believed you. Fast-forward to 2011 and here we are announcing a partnership with Season of Mist for the next Black Sheep Wall record. We are excited and honored to be part of one of the leading labels in heavy music and look forward to making all kinds of exciting things happen with Season of Mist. As of now we are putting the finishing touches on a handful of songs that we will record at end of May, for what will become our Season of Mist debut. After recording our new album we will embark on a short West Coast tour in June followed by an East Coast run in late August. We'd like to thank everybody who has stuck with us since we first came around. We hope to see everyone soon."

BLACK SHEEP WALL already booked the following gigs in the US:
10/06/11 Chico, CA - Monstros Pizza
11/06/11 Sacramento, CA - The Hub
12/06/11 San Francisco, CA - Submission Art Space
13/06/11 Fresno, CA - Chinatown Youth Center
14/06/11 Simi Valley, CA - Infusion Cafe
15/06/11 Reno, NV - TBA
16/06/11 Portland, OR - TBA
17/06/11 Olympia, WA - TBA
18/06/11 Seattle, WA - TBA
19/06/11 Boise, ID - TBA
20/06/11 Salt Lake City, UT - TBA

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    May 03, 2011

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